Development is not only possible in Lakewood and East Dallas, but common, too, fostered by what many outsiders would see as a surprising spirit of cooperation between residents and developers.
A look at the many home tours around our neighborhood in April and May.
If you saw a group of people on Easter last year wearing bunny suits and pulling Santa’s sleigh down Newell Street, then you have already encountered Liz Simmons and her friends.
Professional artist Goldberg had no idea what she signed on for when she agreed to paint sets for the Woodrow Wilson High School musical production of “Les Miserables” in 2005.
Their family business, Nevitt Fragrances, primarily creates fragrance oils used in household products such as candles, potpourri and cosmetics.
For local musicians, trying to make a name for themselves often means more than perfecting their art — it also means self-promotion.
Neighborhood places where indulgence comes easy.
Christians should show our fearlessness in the face of challenges to our faith — not by striking out against those who seek to prove our faith as falsely based, but by joining them in genuine curiosity.
For too long, we’ve had a top-down approach to government and elections in Dallas, and it’s far past time that the voters started thinking for themselves.
Father-son spring break trip reawakens old hopes, nurtures new ones. Several neighborhood dads and sons spent a few days at the Texas Rangers baseball…
Perhaps no one person has had more impact on the artistic abilities of neighborhood children than TAMMY GORE, who opened the Lakewood Arts Academy…
From ‘Oklahoma!’ to ‘Fiddler on the Roof’, this neighborhood production celebrates 50 years of tradition IT’S SHOWTIME! When Woodrow’s stage curtains rise for the…